Windows

Window Styles

Single Hung Windows

Single Hung

Single-hung windows have a sash at the bottom that moves up to open and allow for ventilation. The top sash on the window is fixed in place. Single-hung windows open without protruding.

Casement Windows

Casement

Casement windows have hinges that allow you to open the window out like a door. Casement windows are a great choice if you are putting a window over a sink or counter top, since they have an easy crank to open.

Garden Windows

Garden

Garden windows extend out from the house and usually have shelves for plants or decorations. Garden windows have vents on the side to provide ventilation. They are a great choice over a kitchen counter or sink.

Double Hung Windows

Double Hung

Double-Hung windows can be opened from either the bottom or top. If you have a room facing a porch or patio, a double-hung window can be a great choice because it opens without protruding.

Awning Windows

Awning

Awning or Hopper Windows have a hinge on the top and open outward. Awning windows are a great choice for basements because they can be placed up high on a wall and be opened with a handle.

Bay Windows

Bay

Bay and Bow windows add a great architectural accent to an exterior wall. They can be flanked with single-hung or casement windows to add ventilation and light.

Slider Windows

Slider

Slider windows open horizontally with the sash sliding left or right. Slider windows are a great choice for contemporary style home and are often chosen to satisfy bedroom egress requirements.

Picture Windows

Picture

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Arch Windows

Arch

Arch windows have a bottom half that is rectangular and a top half that is an arch or half-circle. Arch windows are a great addition to a room to bring in softness and contrast. Arch windows can be operable or fixed.

Window Materials

Vinyl Windows

Vinyl

Vinyl Windows are relatively inexpensive, low maintenance and durable. They don’t need to be painted.

Fiberglass Windows

Fiberglass

Fiberglass Windows frames offer superior thermal performance compared to wood or vinyl.

Aluminum Windows

Aluminum

Aluminum Windows are available with a number of anodized or baked-on finishes, giving more color options.

Composite Windows

Composite

Composite Windows feature a sash and frame that are made from more than one kind of material.

Wood Windows

Wood

Wood Windows are unaffected by temperature extremes, and are less prone to condensation, but they do require painting.

Picture Windows

Steel

Steel Windows are common in industrial buildings because of their durability; however, they will rust if they are not painted frequently.

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